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DA leader Mmusi Maimane claims that President Cyril Ramaphosa lied to parliament about the money received from Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson for his ANC presidential campaign, and has submitted a complaint to the public protector for investigation. Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations, has received billions of rands in government contracts and has been implicated in allegations of widespread corruption. Maimane and other DA members protested outside the the African Global Operations headquarters in Krugersdorp on Friday. At the event, Maimane said he did not accept that Ramaphosa was not aware of the R500,000 donation made by Bosasa into a trust account for his ANC presidential campaign. Ramaphosa had initially told the National Assembly that the only money received from the company by his son Andile was for services rendered in terms of a consultancy contract. Ramaphosa later corrected that reply, which he gave to a question by Maimane, in a letter sent last week to speaker Bal...

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